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Thinking and Talking about Arts and Culture in Southeast Asia

12 – 18 Dec 2016: Singapore

In Search of Salt by Passerby Projects at Centre 42, 16 – 17 Dec 
This original play staged by performance collective Passerby Projects was written to pass the Bechdel Test and will be performed in a theatre-in-the-round setting. It’s a mystery-thriller story revolving around a girl trying to uncover the meaning behind messages she receives from her deceased sister’s Facebook account.
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Screening: 12 Storeys by Eric Khoo at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, 16 Dec, 7:30pm
A landmark work of Singaporean filmmaking, 12 Storeys is a movie by turns dramatic and side-splitting, unravelling a day in the lives of various individuals living in the same housing block. With the support of the Asian Film Archive, this screening is held at The Single Screen on Malan Road.
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Dear Jay by Blue Bean Productions
15 – 18 Dec, Esplanade Theatre Studio
This new play written by emerging playwright Euginia Tan, directed by Hazel Ho and starring Benedict Leong is an epistolary play that deals with mental illness among youth, and how its effects ripple to caregivers, friends and family.
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Bhavna Shivayogimath: The Topless Liberation Front at Artistry
Bhavna Shivayogimath’s debut exhibition explores feminism, drawing on pop culture with humour and lightheartedness. Ends January 8.
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Gary Knight

In Conversation: Gary Knight, 15 Dec, 7pm, National Design Centre
Organised by Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, this public lecture by prolific photojournalist and VII Photo cofounder Gary Knight, will discuss his experiences in photography, at the Auditorium at National Design Centre.
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Story Slam #29 by Story Slam Singapore at Artistry, 17 Dec, 8pm
This month’s edition of the monthly true-story-telling session revolves around mishaps, mistakes and unfortunate decisions. If you don’t have a story, come on down to listen to others. If you think you may have a story, they may still be looking – click here for more information.

 

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